Prosperity Legacy Imprint

Prosperity Publications Legacy Imprint publishes books with these themes: Politics & Race Relations, LGBTQ+ Non-fiction & Fiction, Literary Fiction, Contemporary Fiction, Women’s Fiction, Romance, History, Mystery, Science Fiction, Art & Photography, Humanities & Social Sciences, Parenting & Families and Science & Technology

The Passion of Our Culture: Curated by Prosperity Publications

The Passion of Our Culture” is an anthology conceived of love, respect, and appreciation for black culture. Prosperity Publications has compiled an anthology containing fiction and non-fiction stories by a wide range of authors, including NBA legend George Gervin and the late President of 100 Black Men Thomas Dortch as well as other notables.

The anthology offers a distinct perspective from each author presented in this literary work, which offers a glimpse at both fiction and non-fiction works. We have found ourselves asking, “Are we better off today than we were before?” as we navigate the 21st century. “Are all the sacrifices made in the last century for naught?”

The foreword is written by James Pickens Jr., who has entertained millions both on stage and television in the award-winning series “Grey’s Anatomy.”

It was written in honor of our ancestors, who were our civil rights heroes. This anthology showcases fiction as well as nonfiction to illustrate the uniqueness that exists among us. As we find ourselves on the cusp of the erasure and rewriting of our culture in contemporary times, this anthology is not only a celebration of the beauty of our culture but also a link to our history.

Several trailblazers and heroes of the civil rights movement are presented in the anthology, many of whom often defied death to demand and espouse change. “Write the vision and make it plain,” as the book of Habakkuk states. This book seeks to entertain, educate, and enlighten all of us as we journey together to embrace the passion of our culture.”

Anthology participants:

Foreword by James Picket, Jr. of Grey’s Anatomy
Thomas Dortch, President of the 100 black men of America
Nevil Shed, Former NBA Player
Michael Booker, NFL Player
Toschia Moffett
Dr. Loren D. Alves
Earl Blanche, Jr.
George Gervin
Rhonda Lawson
Chef Jerome Brown
Norma Bradford
Lamont Lowery
Chef Jerome Brown
Jeffrey Gunter
Claude Williams
George Miller
Frederick Williams
JW Sanders
Margaret Richardson
David Floyd
Sephira Shuttlesworth
Cary Clack

Z-Nef 45 Years of Excellence In Scholarship, Community Outreach and Related Research

Introduction to the 45th Anniversary Commemorative History Book

Prepare to embark on an inspiring journey through the 45th Anniversary Commemorative History Book of the Zeta Phi Beta Sorority National Educational Foundation (ZNEF). This enlightening publication, set to be available in March at bookstores nationwide, will ignite your motivation to strive for greatness. As we delve into the lives of ZNEF’s founders and their unwavering commitment to others, you’ll be enriched and inspired. This book also introduces the remarkable black women who represent Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., offering a source of inspiration through their stories, achievements, and the transformative impact of their scholarships.


Founding and Core Mission

ZNEF, established by Zeta Phi Beta Sorority members in 1975, was created with an exclusive focus on charitable and educational purposes. This history book commemorates the monumental journey of its first centennial. Its core mission is centered around supporting higher education by granting scholarships and conducting community education programs, all with the overarching goal of enhancing individual and community living standards.


The PhD Game: Confessions of a Black Academic

The PhD Game: Confessions of a Black Academic, is a collection of essays detailing the doctoral journeys of 15 African American doctoral degree holders. Although the National Center for Education Statistics named African American women the most educated group in the United States, the quest for doctoral and other advanced degrees is not easy, and is often not completed.

Antoinette Franklin, the book’s managing editor, explained that she started this project to serve as a source of inspiration to future doctoral holders to complete their advanced education.

“The book is a collection of stories of glory, racism, sexism, and happiness,” she said. “It shares their experiences and how they overcame those misfortunes and achieved the pinnacle of education attainment. The book also discusses the issues facing America’s colleges and universities concerning diversity in the faculty and administration.”